THE BOTANICAL JOURNAL OF G. W. CLINTON
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Editor, The Clinton Papers
Buffalo Museum of Science
Missouri Botanical Garden, Res Botanica
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May 21, 2003

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THE BOTANICAL JOURNAL OF G. W. CLINTON – April 1865

[1865.]    April 4. Received package from Paine & wrote him. In the evening, Prof. C. D. Wilber (Gen. Comm'r. [=Commissioner] of the Illinois Natural Historical Society) called with letter of introduction from Hon. Anson S. Miller. Prof. Wilber's address is No. 1, Fullerton Block, Chicago.         

 

[1865.]    April 6. Between 8 & 9 A.M. saw 3 swallows flying about, high in the air, over & north of the 1st Presbyterian Church. They either went further north, or are at most after 10 or 11 A.M.

 

[1865.]    April 7. On Delaware St., to the Scajaquada, in the wood, on the left bank, below Delaware St., found Claytonia Caroliniana & Hepatica acutiloba in flower. Noticed some swallows, blue birds, &c.

 

 

Scientific names may be looked up in the online checklist of Western New York plants. Find genus names beginning with  A - C  D - K  L - P  Q - Z.